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Grab a copy: https://gitlab.com/theouterlinux/StreamPi This is an update video for the StreamPi script I made a while back . If you're not familiar with the project, older systems don't support OBS Studio and I really hate remote desktoping, so I made a script to live stream to services like Twitch or YouTube or record locally. This update includes adding an image overlay option that automatically resizes and layers on top of the stream or recording, though only your viewers can see it. I also...
Topics: command-line, linux, streaming, Twitch, recording, ffmpeg
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To put it simply, Notitrans, is a BASH script that uses 'xsel' to know the contents of selected text, then uses 'wget' to ask Google Translate what the selected text is in English, and then the response is reported back using 'yad'. Notitrans is included with PsychOS 3.4.5 and will also be in the next release, which will hopefully be very soon. It is called "Notitrans" because the original inspiration, I believe (it's been a while), came from...
Topics: Linux, GNU, Devuan, Debian, operating system, PsychOS, retro, old-school, computers, laptops, older...
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Download page: https://theouterlinux.gitlab.io/Projects/Linux/img2vdu/img2vdu.html This Python script, img2vdu.py, is designed to help convert modern image formats -- such as PNG, JPEG, GIF, etc., into a scriptable format for BBC Micro computers , or BBC BASIC in general. It is only intended for small sprites such as those that are 72 pixels in width or less; however, you can convert larger graphics if the image is split into 72x72 pieces and then individually processed by img2vdu.py. When...
Topics: BBC BASIC, Beeb, Brandy Matrix, B-Em, Python, Graphics, convert, Acorn, Electron, 32K, Microcomputer
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I've been working on a Kodi add-on. I still haven't figured out how to view images/art beyond the thumbnail. I'm adding stuff all the time such as things I have made and things others have made regarding videos, film, music, art, and so forth. And with the way it is coded, I can add and remove categories and playable items when ever I need to. The current focus for the Etc. categories are retro/old-school related things. Click here to download TheOuterLinux Kodi Add-on Keywords: Kodi, Linux,...
Topics: Kodi, Linux, Unix, video, music, audio, art, Internet radio
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CLIMax, as in "Command-Line Interface Max" and pronounced as "climax", is a BASH script made by TheOuterLinux that is included with PsychOS (see other posted videos) for those who want to play around in the command-line but don't have much experience. However, if you do have experience, it still may be useful in saving you time. PsychOS is an awesome Devuan-based, GNU/Linux operating system intended for "broke-as-hell" college students and retrophiles that just...
Topics: command-line, linux, foss, PsychOS
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Grab a copy: https://gitlab.com/theouterlinux/StreamPi A while back I asked for help on using ffmpeg to stream to Twitch with a Raspberry Pi 3. After countless testing, Internet searching, and suggestions, I've created a script to help make this mess a little easier: A. If you are using a Raspberry Pi (anything other than i686 or x86_64): Use ALSA by default Automatically detect monitor size If monitor is larger than 720p wide, scale down B. If you are using an i686 (32-bit): Automatically use...
Topics: command-line, linux, streaming, Twitch, recording, ffmpeg
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Using this script ( https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes/raw/master/Command-Line/09%20-%20Command-Line%20-%20Editing%20images%20in%20the%20command%20line/image-edit ), you can edit images easily in the command line. Dailog as an interface allows keyboard, mouse, and space bar for auto-completion. If you are in GUI, images are previewed with your default viewer; if you are in TTY, fbi (frame-buffering image-viewer) is used. This is not for batch editing. Keywords: command-line, linux,...
Topics: command-line, linux, foss, imagemagick, dialog, tui
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Using w3m’s external browser (SHIFT+M) shortcut set to “mpv --vo=opengl --ao=alsa,” (--vo=drm for TTY), you can watch videos that are embedded in the current URL. This is due to a combination of a mobile user-agent (MP4 > FLV) and mpv using youtube-dl to hunt and play videos or live streams. Therefore, this method will work with any website that youtube-dl supports: https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/supportedsites.html. Another thing to note, because of w3m now defaulting to a mobile...
Topics: command line, Linux, Unix, network, w3m, help, howto, tutorial, video
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The Tox clients Toxic, qTox, and Antidote are demonstrated for peer-to-peer, encrypted messaging, file transferring, and audio/video calling. Notes: https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes Keywords: tox, communication, encryption, command-line, help, howto, tutorial, peer-to-peer, p2p, terminal, chat, messaging, cross-platform Video License: CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0
Topics: tox, communication, encryption, command-line, help, howto, tutorial, peer-to-peer, p2p, terminal,...
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Before I keep adding to what I already have, I'm just curious if anyone would be interested in a DOS-based electronic magazine. I plan on covering just about everything from the early 2000s and older in regards to computers, video games, programming, etc., like people used to do but with the power of hindsight and numerous software to hopefully make it even more special. The only real issue about it (ha ha ha... "issue") is that the more features I add, the more space it takes up...
Topics: DOS, E-Magazine, magazine
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Project Site: https://psychoslinux.gitlab.io Default username: psychos Default password (login and root): linux Target: Older i686 computers with DVD-ROM drives Bare minimum RAM needed for booting Live ISO: 220MB Okay RAM minimum: 512MB Happier RAM minimum: 1GB License of distro: GPLv3 License of video : CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 Software installed using apt Software installed using pip Manually installed software USB Booting Instructions PsychOS is a "better to have and not need than to need and...
Topics: Linux, GNU, PsychOS, operating system, Devuan, Debian
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Project Site: https://psychoslinux.gitlab.io Default username: psychos Default password (login and root): linux Target: Older i686 computers with DVD-ROM drives Bare minimum RAM needed for booting Live ISO: 220MB Okay RAM minimum: 512MB Happier RAM minimum: 1GB License of distro: GPLv3 License of video : CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 Software installed using apt Software installed using pip Manually installed software USB Booting Instructions PsychOS is a "better to have and not need than to need and...
Topics: Linux, GNU, Devuan, Debian, PsychOS, Operating System, satirical
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Wrote a parody called "I Love Linux" using eSpeak because I can't sing and it's awesomely nerdy as hell. It's mostly about Linux, BASH, and command-line. Notes: https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes Keywords: command line, Linux, Unix, parody, humor, funny, music Video License: CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0
Topics: command-line, Linux, Unix, parody, humor, funny, music
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I tried something crazy: using nano to write an APA-style document, or at least a short example. # nano for APA formatting ###################### | APA research papers `-------------------- https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/18 Most APA research papers are organized as" Title page Abstract An introduction Methods a. Participants b. Materials c. Apparatus d. Procedure Results Discussion References | Nano `----- Use "nano -m -u -c r102" -m = mouse -u = undo/redo -c =...
Topics: nano, gnu, linux, foss, apa, research, command-line, howto, help, terminal, office
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I attempted to create a script to make it easy to use “play” from the SoX package to compose music in the command line. You can get a copy of the script used in the video here: https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes/blob/master/Command-Line/10 - Composer Script - Shchedryk Notes: https://gitlab.com/TheOuterLinux/BitChuteNotes Keywords: command line, Linux, Unix, help, howto, tutorial, video, music, audio, productivity Video License: CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0
Topics: command-line, Linux, Unix, help, howto, tutorial, video, music, audio, productivity
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Do you enjoy free and open source audio/music programs like Audacity? ZynAddSubFX/Yoshimi? Hydrogen? Do you play guitar? These are all fun to mess around with, but what about doing so in a command line? No JACK required. Commands to note: tmux new-session \; set -g mouse on \; split-window -v -p 86 \; split-window -h -p 68 mocp \; split-window -h -p 45 alsamixer \; split-window -v -p 65 \; split-window -v cava \; attachh2cli -kls ~/.hydrogen/data/drumkits/aconnect --listaconnect # #ffmpeg -f...
Topics: command-line, linux, music, recording, audio, tmux, hydrogen, yoshimi, ffmpeg, aconnect
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I found a really cool translator script that only needs gawk (gnu awk) to work. However, I’ve attempted to “beef it up” by creating a “front-end” of sorts that uses dialog to make it easier to do things like: Scan and translate Open document or image file and translate Type and translate Conversation Highlight text and translate Interactive Translate Shell Settings For the first two items to work, you will need some extra packages installed such as tesseract-ocr, poppler-tools, and...
Topics: command-line, Linux, Unix, help, howto, tutorial, video, communication, productivity
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Learn how to do math (nothing too complicated) in the command line but with a Halloween theme. I’ll be using Python 3, bsd-games (for primes), gperiodic, units, sc, and gnuplot on a Linux system. The tmux setup: tmux new-session \; set -g mouse on \; split-window -v -p 50 /path/to/gperiodScript \; split-window -hf -p 63 python3 \; split-window -h -p 60 units \; split-window -v -p 80 sc \; split-window -v -p 65 gnuplot \; attach The gperiodic script:...
Topics: command-line, Halloween, linux, math, python
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I think I got bored and was just fishing for command-line things to do, aka a "duct tape" solution to a problem no one really has. This video shows how to use the terminal web browser "w3m" as a local file browser instead. This video also contains a keyboard keys used subtitle of sorts to help explain things. Trust me, you're better off using "ranger" as a command-line file browser, but oh well. Keywords: w3m, linux, foss, gnu, file management, command-line,...
Topics: w3m, linux, foss, gnu, file management, command-line, terminal
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In this video, I’m going to show you how to use mpv and irssi (IRC client) to watch live Twitch streams and chat with tmux as a split-pane, one half stream (via caca) and the other half the chat (irssi), with mouse enabled. I will also show you that you can watch live Twitch streams as you normally would using mpv and chat with an IRC client (irssi) separately. You can find the original Twitch IRC guide here: https://help.twitch.tv/customer/portal/articles/1302780-twitch-irc . Notes:...
Topics: command-line, linux, gnu, tmux, mpv, irssi, IRC, Twitch, terminal, streaming
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RetroGrab is included by default with the latest version of of the GNU/Linux distribution "PsychOS"; if you would like a copy, please visit https://psychsolinux.gitlab.io . RetroGrab is essentially a download manager that gathers an easy to use list of bookmarks using tools such as cURL from a Git repository. Because these bookmarks are not built into RetroGrab itself and are gathered from a Git repository, the maintainers can add, change, or remove items from lists whenever needed....
Topics: retro, Linux, Unix, PsychOS, RetroGrab, software, video
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QuickEdit is a yad-based tool included with PsychOS 3.4.5 and higher for quickly editing many file types in simple ways without having to open a large program. However, though it may work just fine on other #GNU/#Linux distributions if the requirements are met, it is designed for #PsychOS . The version of QuickEdit shown in this video is a slightly more advanced version for the up-coming PsychOS 3.4.6. QuickEdit is a right-click menu item via a #Thunar Custom Action (and can be ran from the...
Topics: Linux, GNU, Devuan, Debian, operating system, PsychOS, retro, old school, computers, laptops, older...
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This is a video of me using a Python script I came up with to convert modern image formats into DATA arrays for easily adding small sprites, graphics or title screens for QuickBasic or FreeBASIC projects. However, if using large WxH sizes, then you will want to use FreeBASIC instead as QuickBasic will throw an error on DATA arrays larger than 160x100 and QB also has a much lower memory limit. Besides, FreeBASIC includes a mouse out-of-the-box, making it a possibility to easily create...
Topics: Linux, GNU, Devuan, Debian, operating system, PsychOS, retro, old-school, laptops, older hardware,...
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Download page: https://theouterlinux.gitlab.io/Projects/Linux/StreamPi/StreamPi.html StreamPi is designed to help people with older x86 computers and lighter ARM devices that cannot run newer screen-casting or live streaming tools because of higher-end graphics-related requirements. Originally, StreamPi was created to run from the command-line on a Raspberry Pi (hence the name) using dialog as a TUI (Terminal User Interface) with the ability to run both in X AND console (with limitations)....
Topics: linux, gnu, twitch, streaming, recording, ffmpeg, gambas